Our Audiologists and Hearing Aid Specialists
Leslie E. Herman
Dr. Leslie Herman received the Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) degree in 2005 from the Arizona School of Health Sciences. She has a Master's Degree in Audiology from Washington University in St. Louis, where she also received an academic fellowship from the Central Institute for the Deaf, and a Bachelor's Degree in Speech Pathology from Syracuse University. In 1983, she founded the Summit Hearing Aid Center in Summit and three years later opened a second office in Irvington.
Dr Herman holds New Jersey licenses in both Audiology and Hearing Aid Dispensing. She is a trustee of the NJ Association of Hearing Health Professionals and a member of the American Academy of Audiology, Academy of Dispensing Audiologists, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, International Hearing Society and the NJ Association of Audiologists.
NJ Hearing Aid Dispenser,Lic. # MG 00373
NJ Audiologist, Lic. # YA00102
Holly Herman received her certification as a NJ Licensed Hearing Dispenser in 1994, her designation as Board Certified Hearing Instrument Specialist (BC-HIS, ACA) in 1997, and her Bachelor of Science from the University of Houston. She is a member of the NJ Association of Hearing Health Professionals (1995-present) and the International Hearing Society (1997-present). She has been privileged to work at the Summit Hearing Aid Center since 1993.
Holly cherishes the professional relationships she has with her patients and the positive impact she has on their quality of life. Outside of the office she is active in her community volunteering for the Valhalla Civic Association, Field Corps Board and MJCBY.
NJ Hearing Aid Dispenser, Lic. #MG 00738.
Monika received her degree as an administrative assistant in 1999 from Gibbs College. Prior to working at this facility she was employed as a doctor's assistant at a pediatrician's office. For the past 15 years Monika has held the position of office manager and patient coordinator at Summit Hearing Aid Center. Monika moved from Poland 20 years ago. From working in this busy office and with daily patient contact, her command of the English language has flourished. Monika states that, "she enjoys her position with Dr. Herman and the rest of the staff and is considering continuing her education in hearing aid dispensing so “she can help people to hear better”."